Items filtered by date: May 2020
HARVEST Christian College in Kadina is one of the most trusted and dedicated schools on Yorke Peninsula and has continued to support the community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
DESPITE COVID-19 restrictions preventing seafarers from visiting mainland Australia, Mission to Seafarers Port Giles has persisted with its initiative.
MAREE Wauchope has started in her role as Barunga West Council CEO full-time, and has already toured the district and met with elected members individually.
PEOPLE from as far south as Maitland have reported feeling an earthquake which struck between Burra and Clare at 3.23pm last Thursday, May 14.
THIS week, the Yorke Peninsula Country Times is showcasing a variety of proud local family businesses.
Yorke Peninsula Football League committee members and club delegates have postponed a decision regarding the 2020 season until June 15.
There was movement at the range for the word had got around that the virus named COVID-19 was gone.
Report by: Peter Argent
It has been half a century since Yorke Peninsula’s greatest football export, Rick “ER” Davies, became the 750th player to debut for Sturt Football Club.
With the current lull in sporting pursuits, the YP Country Times counts down local sport highlights as reported in the week’s corresponding editions over the past 50 years...